Royalty Free Comedy / Funny Music
Equal parts cheesy, quirky and fun, these lighthearted tracks don’t take themselves too seriously. Emphasize slapstick humor or goofy antics with these silly tunes. Great for kids and children’s programming, as well as playful advertisements.
BPM 196: A happy and upbeat jazz groove. This track begins with a simple piano intro with some brush drums, but then brings in a driving bass line and accented trombone embellishments. The piece finally opens up into a traditional jazz ensemble arrangement.
A lighthearted track to use while taking a happy walk down the street. Fun, upbeat and given a dash of that Charleston charm. This track is well suited for animated pieces or projects oriented towards children.
BPM 90: A light, fun rock & roll track featuring a Rhodes piano, guitar, bass, drums and whistles. Perfect for setting a feel good summer vibe for comedic trailers. Youthful, relaxed and laid back.
BPM 120: This song features a bouncy Tex-Mex accordion with a two step drum beat that also includes acoustic bluegrass guitar and banjo, dobro guitar and bass. A happy, lively feel-good track! Some might consider this track to fall under the tejano genre.
BPM 118: This track feels as if it came straight out of the 50s or 60s. Light, positive and chipper. Instrumentation includes guitar, drums, bass, piano, marimba and glockenspiel.
BPM 125: This orchestral track begins with bouncy and contemporary xylophones. It is then mixed with a full orchestra in the middle section. Uplifting, energetic and happy.
BPM 120: A funny, quirky and fast tempo swing track. Instrumentation includes upright bass, piano, banjo and electric fiddle. This piece has a catchy southern vibe sure to get your toe tapping.
BPM 160: This track features an old style ragtime theme. The piece sounds like a mechanical piano in the old west! This happy sounding music is suitable for animated projects, period pieces, comedies and documentaries.
BPM 180: Fun, happy and jazzy. A delightful dialogue between a harp and a vibraphone followed by some Latin percussion and double bass. A sixties glamorous and sophisticated cocktail party feel is given off by this track!
BPM 103: A groovy and funky track with a R&B feeling. Rhythmic, smiley and soulful. The percussive nature of the track gets your toes tapping and your ear's attention.
BPM 110: A cute yet haunting song written in 3/4 time. Perfect for quirky projects or animated shorts. This track features strings, clarinets and harpsichord.
BPM 125: A feel good and joyful track perfect for advertisements. This one has a hooky melody over a solid bass riff that will stay in your head for sure! Also has a reggae sort of vibe. Instruments: Marimba, guitar, bass, drum and glockenspiel.
An old time, relaxed and easy going vintage piece. Exaggerated and almost cartoonish. This piece is well suited for any period piece or animated projects.
A slow and easy going piece. Light, soft and so very mellow. This is a great track for any comedic, animated and light hearted scenes or projects.
BPM 120: Evocative of a bustling joyous town waiting to be explored. A world of possibilities lie ahead of you. Joyous, quirky, alive and open. Perfect for games, TV shows and film.
BPM 120: A catchy and fun jazz track with whistling. The melody line, backed up by piano, is supported with a walking bass line, guitar and horns. Well suited for TV advertisements or animated shorts/projects.
BPM 93: Funky and groovy feelgood track with synth sounds end electronic drums. Catchy, mid-tempo and fresh.
BPM 133: Whimsical, cozy and gentle. This track feels as if flowing through different colors and boasts a lively, yet soft orchestral sound. Features pizzicato strings, glockenspiel, celesta, cheerful flute runs and woodwinds. Good for movies, comedies, and corporate videos. Its dynamic sections make it great for cartoons and animated projects.
BPM 120: Sophisticated, sensual and mysterious! A jazzy minimal mood is established by this piece. Fender Rhodes, Stratocaster guitar, double bass and drums fill out the arrangement smoothly.